RPC sees off competition to seal McArthurGlen commercial contracts deal
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC) has been appointed as the primary commercial contracts legal adviser to UK developer and owner of designer shopping outlets McArthurGlen. RPC fought off competition from a number of other firms to land the open ended agreement which will see the firm negotiate of a wide range of third party supplier contracts, including IT and web based services. The role also includes the management of McArthurGlen's contracts portfolio. After setting-up in 1993, McArthurGlen’s current portfolio of designer outlets has grown to 21 centres across eight countries in Europe.
RPC has been appointed as the primary commercial contracts legal adviser to UK developer and designer shopping outlet owner McArthurGlen.
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